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澳洲女学生拍学士哺乳照 目的为感谢母校 -- ::18 来源:   A photo of a student breastfeeding her child at her graduation ceremony has received resounding praise on Facebook.  澳洲一位妈妈将她身穿学士哺乳孩子的照片发在了Facebook上,得到了网友们的赞扬  Queensland mother Jacci Sharkey sent the photo to the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) in early October, thanking the university letting her complete her degree while giving birth to two babies, Ari and Alek ( months old and 6 weeks old in the photo, respectively).  来自澳大利亚昆士兰州的婕西·夏奇,今年十月初寄给母校澳大利亚阳光海岸大学一张照片,感谢母校能让她在顺利完成学业的同时允许她生育两个孩子阿里和亚力克(一个个月大,一个刚刚6周大)  The photo was snapped by her sister-in-law and shows the proud mum in her university robe feeding Alek.  在这张照片上,婕西穿着学士正在给6周大的亚力克哺乳,照片是由婕西丈夫的拍的  "Just wanted to share a photo from the most recent graduation that I am proud of. I'm extremely proud that with the support of the Uni, during my degree I was able to have babies and still finish my degree. Thanks USC!" -year-old Sharkey wrote, with the hashtag #itcanbedone.  “只是想分享一下毕业照中最让我骄傲的一张我非常感谢母校的持,让我在顺利完成学业的同时允许我生育了两个孩子谢谢你,阳光海岸大学”岁的婕西在上Facebook写道,并附标签#可以做到  The photo had received almost 300,000 Likes and nearly ,000 shares at the time of writing. Sharkey's dedication to her family and studies was praised by commenters, a refreshing change of pace from most Internet comments.  这张照片发出以后,已经收到30万的点赞和近1万的分享大多数网友都持并赞成婕西对家庭和学业做出的决定  "I can barely look after myself while studying... I couldn't imagine trying to do it while having two kids. Well done Jacci Sharkey," one commenter, who went by Danny Dan, wrote.  一名叫做丹尼的网友在中写道:“我上学的时候照顾自己都困难,真不敢想象在这同时还生育了两个小孩好样的,婕西”  Another commenter, Nathan Czislowski, wrote: "The photo couldn't have made a better statement about supporting mothers and families reach their goals as well as setting a standard the uni being supportive of real world commitments."  另一名叫做内森的网友道:“这张照片很好地表明有孩子有家庭的女性在实现个人目标的时候能够得到了学校的持,这也是对其他女性和其他大学的一种鼓励”  Not all comments were praiseworthy, however; those who denounce public breastfeeding were quick to jump on the bandwagon. But the majority of commenters saw past the hate and thanked the university sharing the message.  但并不是所有的都是正面的,也有人跳出来对公共场合母乳喂养表示指责不过大多数都是感谢学校分享了这条信息  "Beautiful photo, and well done to the University of the Sunshine Coast supporting this student and sharing this image as, evidently, there's still a lot of immature people who need to be exposed to images... to be made aware of the realities of life," commenter Nikki Burrows wrote on the post.  “很美的照片,阳光海岸大学对学生的持以及对这张照片的分享做得很好只是显然,还有一些人并不太成熟,还需要留意并体会生活的真实美”一名叫妮基的网友写道  Sharkey told the A she didn't expect the post to get so much attention, but was glad to show other mothers it was possible to get out of the house and achieve personal goals.  婕西说她没有想到发布这张照片会引起这么多的关注,但是她非常高兴能够通过自己的经历告诉其他妈妈:照顾家庭和实现个人目标是可以兼顾的  "I never expected it to go crazy. I thought I'd be really happy if it got 0 likes and then it's just gone out of control," she said. "There has been a sea of thank you messages from people. Some were saying they were really worried about starting university but that I've helped them through it."  “我之前并没有想要这张照片能有多火,觉得要是能有0个赞我就很高兴了,但结果显然超出了我的预期”婕西说,“我收到了大量的感谢信息有很多人都说到自己一直在纠结上大学的问题,而我正好帮她们做出了决定”  She said the photo wasn't meant to be a statement on breastfeeding, and it was simply a thank you message to her university allowing her to complete her degree.  婕西还说这张照片并不是在对母乳喂养发表什么声明,而只是简单地传达自己对母校的感谢之情  "It was really a message of thanks and that other mums can do it as well. You don't have to give up the career to have kids and you don't have to give up kids to have the career ... you can have it all," she said.  “这真的只是为了表达感谢,同时也相信其他妈妈能和我一样妈妈们不用因为有了孩子就放弃事业,也不用为了事业而放弃孩子,两者是可以兼顾的”

灯光会影响人们对食物的选择 --01 ::5 来源: 如今,新的研究表明室内的灯光也许会令你不知不觉吃更多的东西在明亮的房间里,人们警惕度会更高,会做出更有前瞻性的决定 It’s no secret that sticking to your healthy diet is tougher when you eat out. There are the massive restaurant portion sizes, and sneaky calorie bombs (buffalo chicken salad, we’re looking at you!) — and now new research suggests ambient lighting can trick you into eating more too.众所周知,在外面吃饭的时候还想保持健康饮食是比较困难的饭店的食物分量很大,卡路里也极高(布法罗鸡肉沙拉,我们说的就是你!)如今,新的研究表明室内的灯光也许会令你不知不觉吃更多的东西 the study, published in The Journal of Marketing Research, the researchers began by looking at the orders of 0 diners at four chain restaurants. Half the diners were seated in dimly-lit rooms, and half were seated in well-lit areas. The diners who were sitting in low light ordered 39% more calories. Meanwhile the people in brighter surroundings were % to % more likely to choose healthy items (think grilled fish or white meat and veggies). In follow-up experiments, the researchers replicated these results with hundreds of colleged-aged students.发布于《行销研究期刊的一项研究指出,调查人员研究了来自家连锁饭店的0名用餐者的点菜单有一半的用餐者坐在灯光昏暗的房间,另一半坐在灯光明亮的房间前者点餐的卡路里总量要比后者高出39%而且,在明亮环境里的人有%-%的几率会倾向于选择健康食品(例如烤鱼、烤白肉和素菜)在后续实验中,调查员又研究了数百名大学生,得到了同样的结果What is it about brightness that leads us to eat smarter? “We feel more alert in brighter rooms and theree tend to make more healthful, ward-thinking decisions,” lead author Dipayan Biswas, PhD, explained in a press release.灯光的昏暗程度究竟是不是我们更明智选择食物的原因呢?第一作者Dipayan Biswas在一场媒体发布会上提出:“在明亮的房间里,人们警惕度会更高,会做出更有前瞻性的决定”In fact, the researchers found that when diners in dimly-lit rooms were given a coffee placebo (or simply asked to be more alert) they were just as likely as their peers in the well-lit rooms to make healthy food choices.事实上,调查员发现,当为坐在灯光昏暗房间里的用餐者提供咖啡安慰剂(或者仅仅告诫他们学会谨慎)时,他们也会像那些坐在灯光明亮的房间里的人一样,选择健康食品It seems making healthy choices has more to do with the brightness of your mental state than the brightness of the room. So don’t swear off candle-lit dinners yet.这样看来,是否能做出健康的选择更大程度上取决于自己的心理状态而不是室内灯光的昏暗程度所以,不要再抵触烛光晚餐啦The best way to avoid overindulging is to make yourself feel more alert, said co-author Brian Wansink, PhD, the director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab.康奈尔食物与品牌实验室的负责人,共同作者Brian Wansink士说,预防大吃大喝最好的方式是让自己时时刻刻处于警觉状态That could mean going a brisk walk bee dinner, or splashing some water on your face an instant energy boost. Pick-me-ups like these might actually be preferable, because as Wansink pointed out, mood lighting isn’t all bad. In prior research, his lab has found that people who eat in darkened rooms enjoy their food more, eat slower, and consume less overall.也就是说,在晚餐前快步走一会儿,或者在脸上洒点水,瞬间清醒一下这些提神儿方式很有用正如Wansink表示的那样,气氛灯光也不是一无是处他在之前的实验研究中,发现在昏暗房间里就餐的人会更加享受自己的食物,吃饭的速度也更慢,总体消费也比较低

咖啡拉花萌萌哒,创意+艺术 -- :: 来源:sohu 在咖啡厅工作的人,通常都会做制作拉花,不过款式基本相同——花朵和心有一天,一个朋友尝试着在热巧克力上画出了熊和青蛙她说我也试一下,所以我画了只熊 When you work in a coffee shop, you usually make the same latte art — rosettas and hearts. One day a friend started drawing bears and frogs on hot chocolate. She convinced me to give it a try, so I tried drawing a bear. 过去的四年我一直在创作拉花,手艺也渐渐完美了制作拉花你需要一杯完美的浓缩咖啡和细泡沫先把牛奶倒入浓缩咖啡中,再用勺子拨好泡沫形成想要的绘画基础,然后用巧克力画轮廓和细节 I've been drawing on drinks the past years and have since perfected my craft. You need a marriage of the perfect espresso and microfoam in order to get the right contrast and bring out the little details. With all drawings I begin by pouring milk into a shot of espresso. I use a spoon to manipulate the foam into the shape of what I want to draw. Then, with chocolate, I draw in the outlines and little details. 每一杯拉花咖啡需要3至5分钟制作完成顾客的反应对我来说就是最好的鼓励很多顾客已经习以为常,这促使我创作更多不同的拉花并且制作得更好 Each drink takes about 3-5 minutes to make from shot to finish. The reaction on customer’s faces are the most rewarding part of my job. A lot of people become regulars and it pushes me to do different designs and to do better. English Source: Boredpanda

台湾客车起火 名大陆游客全部遇难 -- 18:: 来源: 台湾一辆客车发生起火燃烧事故,车上名大陆游客、台湾司机以及导游共计6人全部遇难 Twenty-four tourists from China killed, plus Taiwanese driver and tour guide after bus caught fire on busy road.台湾一辆客车发生起火燃烧事故,车上名大陆游客、台湾司机以及导游共计6人全部遇难A tour bus carrying visitors from China has caught fire on a busy highway near Taiwan’s capital, killing all 6 people on board, officials said.据官方报道,7月19日,一辆旅游客车在台北附近一处繁忙路段发生烧车事故,车上6人全数罹难The accident took place on the No national highway in Taoyuan county, south of Taipei, where the island’s international airport is located, the county’s fire and rescue service said.台湾桃园县的消防部门表示,该起事故发生在台北南部桃园机场联络道“国道号”附近It said of those on board were visitors from Liaoning province who had been scheduled to fly home on Tuesday afternoon. The others killed were the driver and a tour guide, both Taiwanese.据悉,车上的名乘客来自辽宁旅游团,这些人原本计划在本周二下午返程剩下两位遇难人员分别是客车司机和导游,两人都来自台湾Lai Chi-chong, Taoyuan fire chief, said all of the victims died inside the bus. “There was not enough time them to escape,” he told reporters.桃园县的消防部长赖驰冲表示所有人悉数死在了车内,并无一人生还他告诉记者:“或许当时并没有时间逃生”Video from the scene showed both of the bus’s doors were pressed up against the highway’s guard rail, making them impossible to open.据现场拍摄的视频来看,由于客车两边的门都被公路的护栏卡住,导致车上人员无法逃生Many of the bodies were badly charred, some of them piled in front of the unopened emergency exit, Taiwan’s official Central News Agency and other media reported.台湾官方通讯社媒体以及其他媒体报道,车上许多具尸体都已被烧焦,其中一些尸体堆积在客车应急通道的出口处,显然是事故发生时未能逃离成功There was no official word on the cause of the fire, although Taiwan’s official CNA and others reported that the bus apparently burst into flames after spinning out of control and smashing into the highway’s guard rail.尽管台湾官方媒体中央通讯社以及其他媒体纷纷报道表示该客车是由于车辆失控自身撞上高速公路的护栏导致车内突然起火,但目前为止关于事故发生的原因还没有官方说明CNA cited eyewitnesses as saying the bus had been giving off smoke and swerving from lane to lane prior to crashing and bursting into flames.中央通讯社表示,有现场目击者目睹该车辆失控不断在路中转弯,并伴随有烟雾从车中冒出,随即车辆撞上护栏并起火燃烧The drivers of other vehicles pulled over and attempted to put out the flames with fire extinguishers, but the fire had grown too large them to put out, CNA said.中央通讯社报道,其他车辆的司机纷纷停车并赶来灭火,然而由于火势太过凶猛,最终还是未能灭火成功Photos from the scene showed flames and thick black smoke pouring from the front of the bus after the crash.从现场拍摄的照片可以看到,车辆撞上护栏之后,有火焰和浓密的黑烟从车辆前部冒出Thirteen firefighting vehicles and 30 firefighters were sent to the scene but the fire apparently sp too rapidly, and once the flames were extinguished, the vehicle was heavily blackened.事故发生之后,十三辆消防车和三十名消防员迅速赶到现场然而,由于火势蔓延迅速,当火焰完全被扑灭之后,该车已经被烧得面目全非The latest accident is likely to revive safety concerns surrounding the treatment of Chinese tourists, most of whom come on cheap group tours.这场事故也引起了人们对游客旅游安全方面的关注,其中大部分都是价格低廉的团体旅游

日本招聘出新招 打麻将代替面试 --9 1:53:51 来源:中国日报 Female job seekers look at maps of a job fair held fresh graduates in Tokyo on March , .PHOTO: REUTERSFifty Japanese graduates opted to gamble with their job prospects at a mahjong tournament set up by recruiters looking a different way to find the next high flyer.五十名日本毕业生选择参加麻将竞赛以争取工作机会招聘者们组织了这次打麻将活动,借此新方式发掘人才Held in a crammed mahjong outlet in downtown Tokyo, prospects competed against each other on Friday (June ) to gain the chance to face recruiters from six companies in the fitness, education, technology and real estate sectors.6月日,应聘者们在东京市中心一间拥挤的麻将室里对垒,胜者将有机会直面六家公司的雇主这六家公司来自健身、教育、技术和房地产领域;Mahjong is a very strategic game, so I think people who are good at it would be good at marketing. This is a new approach and I find it really interesting,; candidate Tomoko Hasegawa, who is aspiring to become a designer, told Reuters.候选人长谷川友子希望成为一名设计师她告诉路透社说:“麻将是很讲究策略的,所以我认为擅长麻将的人在营销方面也会做得好这是招聘的新方式,我觉得很有意思”Mahjong, which originated in China, is similar to the western card game, rummy, and players in Japan said the tile game required skill, strategy, calculation and a degree of chance.起源于中国的麻将类似西方的拉米纸牌游戏日本玩家表示,打麻将需要技巧、策略、计算和一定程度的运气Organisers said the recruiting tournaments began in and had gained popularity, mostly among male students, and also with hirers, who say the game revealed more about the candidates than just long pages of resumes.活动的组织者表示,麻将竞聘发起于年,至今已有很高的人气主要在男性学生中受欢迎,雇主们也很喜欢雇主说,打麻将比冗长的简历更能反映应聘者的情况On Friday, eight students advanced to the next round of the selection process.周五,有八名学生晋级了下一轮考核Between five and ten students are recruited by participating companies every year, organisers said.组织者说,每年有五到十名学生被参与活动的公司录用英文来源:路透社翻译:实习生徐晓彤编审:yaning

联合国:印度人口7年内超中国 -- ::1 来源: 联合国:印度人口7年内超中国World population is set to hit 9.7billion by with India overtaking China as the world's most populous country within seven yearsThe world's population will reach 9.7 billion by asIndiabecomes the largest country, the UN has reported.联合国近日发布报告称,到年,世界人口将达97亿,印度将成为全球第一人口大国In 35 years" time, there will be an extra . billion people in the world owing to high fertility rates in a handful of countries.在未来的35年内,由于少数国家的高人口出生率,世界人口将增加亿The UN predicts that the figure will rise to . billion by .联合国预计这一数字在年将增至1亿Between and , half of the growth will be concentrated inIndia,Nigeria,Pakistan,Democratic Republic of the Congo,Ethiopia, ed Republic of Tanzania,ed States of America,IndonesiaandUganda.至年间,一半的人口增长将集中在印度、尼日利亚、巴基斯坦、刚果民主共和国,埃塞俄比亚、坦桑尼亚联合共和国、美国、印度尼西亚以及乌干达Indiawill surpassChinaas the country with the greatest population around , andNigeriais predicted to have more people than theed Statesby .印度将在年左右取代中国成为全球人口第一大国,而在年,预计尼日利亚人口将超过美国The number of people living in African countries is also expected to double, and by several countries will see a fivefold increase in their population.个非洲国家的人口数量预计将翻一番,到年有几个国家的人口将增加五倍Angola,Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo,Malawi,Mali,Niger,Somalia,Uganda, ed Republic of Tanzania andZambiaare all expected to see their populations boom by at least a factor of five.安哥拉、布隆迪、刚果民主共和国、马拉维、马里、尼日尔、索马里、乌干达、坦桑尼亚联合共和国和赞比亚的人口预计都将至少增加五倍Children under years currently make up 1 per cent of the population inAfrica, while those aged between and years a further 19 per cent.现在,非洲岁以下儿童占总人口的1%,至岁人口则占19%John Wilmoth, director of the population division in the UN"s department of economic and social affairs, said that high fertility in some of world's poorest countries could bring problems.联合国经济和社会事务部人口司司长约翰·威尔莫斯(John Wilmoth)称,世界上一些最贫穷国家的高人口出生率可能引发诸多问题'The concentration of population growth in the poorest countries presents its own set of challenges, making it more difficult to eradicate poverty and inequality, to combat hunger and malnutrition, and to expand educational enrolment and health systems, all of which are crucial to the success of the new sustainable development agenda.'“人口增长集中在最贫穷的国家会带来一系列挑战,使消除贫穷和不平等、对抗饥饿和营养不良以及扩大教育招生和卫生体系面临更大困难,而这些正是新型可持续发展取得成功的关键”Fertility, measured by the average number of children that would be born to a woman over her lifetime, is declining across the world but the population continues to rise as rates remain high.生育率通过女性一生生育孩子的平均数量来衡量全球女性的生育率正不断下降,而全球人口还在不断增加,这是因为人口出生率依旧很高The report also found that the number of people aged over 60 will more than double by and more than triple by . InEurope, per cent of the population is predicted to be above60 inthe next 35 years because of the declining fertility rate and increase in longevity.报告还发现,60岁以上人口数量到年将增加一倍以上,年将增加两倍多在欧洲,由于人口出生率的下降和人们寿命的延长,预计60岁以上人口将在今后35年占总人口的%Life expectancy at birth was also shown to have increased significantly in the least developed countries - from 56 years in 00- to 6 years in -. The rise is more than double that of the rest of the world.在最不发达国家,人口出生时期望寿命也有了显著提高从00年至年的56岁增加到年至年的6岁这一增势是世界其他地区的一倍多The findings, released in the ed Nations'Time Global Action People and Planet report, were calculated from the round of national population censuses and recent demographic and health surveys.这些研究结果在联合国的《为了人类和这个星球,现在就采取全球行动报告中公布,根据年度国民人口普查和最近的人口和健康调查计算得出Vocabularyfertility rate:人口出生率eradicate:根除life expectancy at birth:人口出生时期望寿命英文来源:每日邮报译者:白洁审校编辑:刘明


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